Courts, as a general rule, will not get involved in what is a fair charge for something and presume the parties negotiate the deals they enter into. In other words, it is the obligation of the parties to do the necessary research to ensure they are getting the best price.
Now, if you were defrauded, that is a different matter. So, if there was a representation about the part that was false, that could be the basis for a claim, but there is no claim if the only issue is whether you paid too much.
You can file a consumer complaint with the Florida Attorney General and they will investigate and take administrative action, if warranted.
Also, you may want to contact the company who you believe overcharged you and let them know of your dissatisfaction.
I am sorry. I wish I could tell you otherwise, but I do not want you spinning your wheels on a court case which will not get you anywhere.
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